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Digital Accessibility

The UIT Blog is a behind-the-scenes look at the build and delivery of technology products and services to the Stanford community. The topics you’ll read about are all told first-hand by the individuals who work closest to them.

Siteimprove Weekly: Element is Empty

Kevin P. Murphy
April 26, 2022

This week I'd like to talk about a couple of different accessibility violations that you may see on your Siteimprove report (or just about any other accessibility tool, as this is very easy to dete

Siteimprove Weekly: Semantic HTML

Kevin P. Murphy
April 8, 2022

Using "Semantic" HTML is an important part of designing web pages.

The Impacts of CSS on Accessibility

April 4, 2022

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are used to change the presentation of HTML content. Inherently, CSS is not designed to change the semantic meaning of content, but to control its appearance.

A virtual lock.

QA for A11Y

March 22, 2022

Conducting quality assurance testing on accessibility issues is often a stumbling block for teams after receiving the results of an accessibility audit.

A person waves during a virtual meeting.

What is “Accessible Enough”?

February 18, 2022

This question often comes up when you (a product manager, project manager, or service owner) are in charge of a website/application or product with accessibility issues.